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TD netters lose in five to Hermiston

With a chance to pull off the season sweep against Hermiston, The Dalles volleyball team led 2-1 in the match, but could not hold on, losing the next two sets in a five-set loss Tuesday in Hermiston. TD remains one game ahead of Hermiston for the third and final playoff slot.

No. 5 SWC nets fifth sweep

Jacqueline Noland and Jada Myers were each a perfect 12 of 12 on serves, and the duo combined for 13 kills on 23 of 27 swings in No. 5 South Wasco County’s 25-17, 25-10, 25-12 three-set sweep over Ione Tuesday in Maupin. The sweep was the team’s fifth of the season.

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Dufur posts four-set road win

Byers, Beeson drop nine kills each in victory over Sherman

MORO – The Dufur Rangers clamped down their No. 2 spot in the Big Sky conference rankings with a 26-24, 20-25, 25-12, 25-16 four-set road victory Tuesday night in Moro.

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Huskies take sweep win at CW

Sherman now fourth in the Big Sky Conference standings

With 11 calendar days before the start of district action, Sherman head coach Amy Huffman has her volleyball team finding its groove. The Lady Huskies moved into fourth place, a half-game behind Ione, after posting an impressive three-set road sweep over Condon-Wheeler Friday in a Big Sky conference match played at Condon High School.

SWC loses 64-6 to Perrydale

The South Wasco County Redsides were able to move the ball against Perrydale, but turnovers and miscues, coupled by a neck injury to Kabe Frederick short-circuited any offensive flow in Friday’s 64-6 Homecoming loss to the Pirates in Maupin.

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TD ready for a rebound effort

After loss to Rainier, coach Sugg eyes solid 2017 finish

Coming off a third-straight loss, a 43-0 shutout at home against Rainier, The Dalles head football coach Steve Sugg has plans in place to get the offense and defense playing at the level they were earlier in the season.

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TD harriers come out strong at Champoeg

32 set their all-time bests Saturday in Newberg

On a cool, fall day in Newberg Saturday, The Dalles freshman Hanna Ziegehagen added another successful chapter to her rise up the cross country ranks. In her fifth-career race at the Champoeg Invitational on Saturday, Ziegenhagen finished eighth overall with a time of 19 minutes and 59.72 seconds, a personal record, and she became just the 11th female runner since 1993 to hit less than 20 minutes in a race. Aside from Ziegenhagen’s lights-out performance, of the 42 Riverhawk boys and girls in the junior varsity and varsity races, 31 had their career-best marks.

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CGBA to host team tryouts

Sessions start up on Sunday, Oct. 15 at TDMS

The Columbia Gorge Basketball Academy will again be organizing traveling basketball teams this winter for local boys and girls from the third-through-eighth grades with a tryout session slated to run from 12:30-3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 15 at The Dalles Middle School.

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No. 2-ranked Dufur powers past Sherman

Rangers break open a 22-all tie with 32 unanswered points in win

DUFUR – With the score tied at 22-all early in the third quarter, Dufur head coach Jack Henderson called on his rugged running duo of Ian Cleveland and Hagen Pence to carry the load. The Bruise Brothers delivered with a combined 211 second-half yards on 21 rushes, as the No. 2-ranked Rangers broke open a 22-all tie with 32 unanswered points in a 54-22 victory over the Sherman Huskies Friday in Dufur.

Riverhawk netters lose in 5 to HRV

The Dalles Riverhawks fell behind by two sets, but won the third and fourth sets, in a five-set loss to Hood River Valley Tuesday in a Columbia River Conference match played at Vannet Court.

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Fate of the Big Sky hangs in the balance on Friday

No. 4 Dufur hosts No. 20 Sherman at 7 p.m. in Dufur

DUFUR – For the past eight years, Dufur and Sherman have created a classic crosstown rivalry as two of the top teams in the Big Sky Conference and the state. The last two times the teams have slugged it out on the gridiron during the regular season, however, the Huskies have won both games by a combined four points, last year winning by a 30-24 margin on their way to a Big Sky title. “We’re very excited for this challenge,” said Dufur head coach Jack Henderson. “Sherman is a very athletic team that creates issues for their opponents in all three phases of the game.”

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No. 3 Rainier presents a tall task for TD

Riverhawks host the 3A Columbians at 7 p.m. Friday

A week after losing 14-6 to 4A La Grande in a game played without standout quarterback Andrew Peasley, The Dalles football team hosts the 3A classification’s No. 3 team, Rainier in a contest slated for 7 p.m. on Homecoming night this Friday from Sid White Field.

TD loses in five

The Dalles Riverhawks fell behind by two sets, but won the third and fourth sets, in a five-set loss to Hood River Valley Tuesday in a Columbia River Conference match played at Vannet Court.

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Huskies post a sweep over Mitchell-Spray

Sherman jumps to third in Big Sky standings

Staked by the solid all-around play of Sammy Lepinski in the middle and Savannah Moe at setter, the Sherman Huskies moved into third place in the Big Sky Conference after a three-set home sweep by scores of 25-12, 25-13, 25-8 over Mitchell-Spray Tuesday in Moro.

TD boys pick up 4-2 victory

The Dalles boys’ soccer team took another step closer to clamping down a postseason berth with a 4-2 victory Tuesday against Pendleton in a Columbia River Conference matchup played in The Dalles.

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